October 18, 2006 Subject:
This sound is like that produced by a Buddhist prayer bowl when brought to full vibration...I've only listened to the first 14 minutes, but so far it's epic and beautiful, spiritual and deep.
It's like listening to the exhaust outlet of the Heavenly Forges...the boiler room at Valhalla...the engine chamber in God's chariot of the stars.
...I want to add as my only complaint that the mp3 file is listed as being 3 hours long, however the actual length is only about 45 minutes. This is just a technical error, but I thought it was worth mentioning
March 20, 2006 Subject:
A not so constant Constant
The piece starts out with two main patterns - a sort of constant hiss/roar of sound and a throbbing drone. Around 1/3 of the way through the work, the throbbing drone has become almost an indistinct voice and the roar is gone. Other subtle sounds surface and dive out of audibility. Eventually, the indistinct voice returns to a throbbing drone and a new more metallic drone somewhat reminiscent of Constant 2 and Constant 4 surfaces quietly in the background. The piece remains in this mode till the end. I can't say the piece did not meet its goals, but to this listener it seems less constant and more of a pulsating, gelatinous slow moving blob of a soundscape.
October 26, 2005 Subject:
Another great take on the Constant theme, this time by the original creator of it no less. Mystified turns it upside down now and makes it a deep and almost spiritual sounding drone. Great work and this is excellent for relaxing. I hope you keep this level of quality up TZP Drone Company. Nice!!
September 27, 2005 Subject:
Deep, deep drones - reminds me of a more electronic-based Phill Niblock. Play it in the dark through a good set of speakers and just drift away.